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9:03 AM CDT on October 24, 2014

    • The New Flyover to Reduce Rail Congestion in Englewood Has a Controversial History (Tribune)
    • Editorial: Don't Be Fooled -- Most of Metra Fare Hike Would Go to Operations, Not New Trains (Tribune)
    • Rauner Argues That IDOT Patronage Scandal Is a Reason to Oust Quinn (Tribune)
    • State Republicans Wonder If Fired IDOT Employees Were Moved to Other Departments (Sun-Times)
    • Central Figure in Red Light Scandal Plans to Plead Guilty (Sun-Times)
    • Details on Rahm's Proposal to Double the Number of Bike Cops (RedEye)
    • Work Set to Begin on Irving Park Streetscape With Wider Sidewalks, Better Crosswalks (DNA)
    • Wrigleyville Development With 493 Parking Spots Could Break Ground Next Spring (DNA)
    • Active Trans Is Developing a Bike Plan for West-Suburban Wayne Township (Herald)
    • 400 Lawsuits Have Been Filed Against Illinois Tollway Scofflaws (Tribune)

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